Doxa Community Church

Doxa Community Church

Who We Are


Our Story
We’re a growing young church with several families calling Doxa home, and just over half our 30+ members in their twenties. Our first meeting was held in September 2009 and consisted of 10 Snoqualmites who agreed on 2 things to take to the Renton Highlands: reformed teaching and spending life together.

Doxa Community Church was planted in the Renton Highlands to focus on enjoying God together, sharing life as a community, and seeking opportunities to share that joy with others.

Every Sunday we gather together to worship God in singing, learn from His Word through preaching, receive His grace in communion, and celebrate Jesus Christ by fellowship.

We seek to do life together in several ways. Including, but not limited to…

Praying together.
Book groups at Vince’s Coffee.
Eating lunch after Sunday service.
Working out together at Planet Fitness.
Playing Basketball together at local blacktops.
Seeing and discussing movies together at The Landing
Discussing the Bible, supporting each other, and laughing together at Community Group.
We intentionally do life together publicly- reading, talking, playing, eating… so Christ’s light can shine through us. This has piqued curiosity, given opportunity to share the hope within us, and even brought some to Christ! Some of this scattered seed will fall on rocks & thorns but we pray God will increase the seed to fertile soil.

We invite you to come be a part of the story God’s writing in us, for His glory!



Brian Morgan

I grew up in the Renton Highlands, spent my formative years as a Briarwood Bear, Apollo Rocket, Maywood Ram and a Liberty Patriot. My parents still make their home on May Valley Road. I married my high school sweetheart, Morgan Flaherty, finished at BCC and had no idea what to do.   I was pretty involved at Highlands Community Church, but felt lost as I thought about my future. I spent some money to get a Microsoft Certification; it was 1999 so that's just what you should do. I was a failure when it came to passing the test. In desperation I threw up my hands and told God I was fully His and He could do with me what He wanted. He answered with weeks of silence that finally broke through when Pastor Monty Wright came into my work at a local Christian Bookstore. He asked me to order about 15 books for a monthly class he was teaching. I loved the books and asked what the class was. He said it was for guys who were lost and had no idea what to do with their lives. I asked where I could sign up.   Through that class and involvement with his church, I was no longer lost but found. In a short time I became the church's Youth Pastor and lived out that calling for 10 years at two churches. God's great work in this life called me to the Pastorate, to be a father for now three children, to be bi-vocational which is just a fancy way to say I've always worked two jobs.   Jesus has brought me a long way. Before I was married, I rarely attended church. When I wanted to marry Morgan, I attended church and even served but would show up late on purpose to miss the singing and would leave as soon as the last Amen. When I was lost and had no idea who I was or what I was to do, God made me His and gave me an inescapable calling I've bled for every since. When I was a Youth Pastor, God challenged me and brought me to the end of my pride too many times to count, only to restore me again.   Now as a Pastor in Renton, God is again at work. I love my hometown and desire to see hope brought by the Gospel to every person in the Highlands. My hope is that Doxa Community Church would be a community within the city that points people to the hope of Gospel, the greatness of God's Glory and the Grace we all need to make the most of this life we are given.


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